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December Write On/Wipe Off Math Games!

Today I stayed after school and ran off some copies for….December.  What?! Where did August, September, and October go? Yet there I was pulling out files for Christmas Around the World and our reindeer week. Even back when I was a first year teacher, I’ve made it a point to not take anything home for school over holiday breaks. Nothing. Zilch. Nada. My Thanksgiving and Christmas break is a time for me to enjoy with my family, sleep, relax, sleep, see friends, sleep, enjoy my house, sleep, you get it. 🙂 However, that means working like a crazy-person to get everything planned and completed beforehand. 

So last night I finished my December Write On/Wipe Off Math Games and got it posted to TpT to share with you! 🙂  (If you missed the November pack you can find it HERE.) These math by myself games are correlated to First Grade Common Core Standards.  Simply print and put inside of a sheet protector for an instant write on/wipe off math game that can be reused over and over again by students. While I teach small groups, my kids are engaged on the computers playing skill-based math games, playing partner games, playing games on our tablets, or playing an independent math game such as the ones in this pack. 

Here’s a little glimpse of the games included:
This weekend my husband and I are decorating the house for Christmas! I can’t wait. 
 {FYI: I love Christmas time.} We stopped in a Christmas store last weekend. I told my husband that when I retire, I want to work in a Christmas store. How could you not be happy working in a Christmas store? It’s cheerful, full of glitter, and if someone was grouchy, I could call them a Grinch and it would be completely acceptable. 🙂
Don’t forget to enter my giveaway to win a 3 month subscription to Raz-Kids or Reading A-Z for your classroom! 🙂 There will be two winners and the giveaway ends on Saturday. Click HERE to enter.
Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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